Local musician wins guitar raffle
STEVENSVILLE — Judy Wolgast, President of Kent Island Federation of Arts presented local musician Clinton Blake Squitieri with a PRS Torero Electric Guitar. Squitieri was the winner of the guitar raffle announced Saturday, May 7, at the KIFA Annual Awards and Artists Reception.
Having been invited to perform, Squitieri was very excited to discover he also had the winning ticket.
“I would like to thank the Kent Island Federation of Arts for inviting me to play guitar at the members art show. So glad I discovered this friendly community of talented artists and the KIFA organization, open to the public with quality art and gifts to purchase. It was a pleasure and honor to perform for this organization,” he said.
Squitieri also expressed his thanks to Paul Reed Smith Guitars for being so philanthropic to the local community and for the company’s caring contributions and quality craftsmanship to the music industr y. “I am pleased to have this guitar,” Squitieri said.
A Kent Island resident and Maryland native, Squitieri has also studied in Southern California. He has been playing guitar for more than 30 years with concentration on rock/contemporary music.
This summer, he will share his talents with KIFA giving guitar instruction for both youth and adults. Visit www.kifa.us, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-643-7424, for more information.